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Complications of drug prescribing in implant therapy

Chapter by: Weinberg, MA
in: Dental Implant Complications: Etiology, Prevention, and Treatment by
pp. 49-67
ISBN: 9781119140474
CID: 2228912

Septic arthritis of the shoulder in a dental patient

Dolin, Elana; Perlmutter, Leigh D; Segelnick, Stuart L; Weinberg, Mea A; Schoor, Robert
Septic arthritis of the glenohumoral joint is rare following dental procedures, comprising approximately 3% of all joint infections. Septic arthritis following bacteremia from dental procedures is uncommon and generally occurs in prosthetic joints. Predisposing causes may include immunocompromising diseases such as diabetes, HIV infection, renal failure and intravenous drug abuse. We report a rare case of unilateral glenohumoral joint septic arthritis in a 60-year-old male patient (without a prosthetic joint) secondary to a dental procedure. The insidious nature of the presentation is highlighted. Septic arthritis infections, though rare, require a high level of clinical suspicion. Vague symptoms of shoulder pain may mask the initial diagnosis, as was the case in our patient. Incision and drainage via surgical intervention are often required, followed by parenteral antibiotics.
PMID: 25647886
ISSN: 0026-2102
CID: 1456522

Septic arthritis of the shoulder in a dental patient: a case report and review

Dolin, Elana; Perlmutter, Leigh D; Segelnick, Stuart L; Weinberg, Mea A; Schoor, Robert
Septic arthritis of the glenohumoral joint is rare following dental procedures, comprising approximately 3% of all joint infections. Septic arthritis following bacteremia from dental procedures is uncommon and generally occurs in prosthetic joints. Predisposing causes may include immunocompromising diseases such as diabetes, HIV infection, renal failure and intravenous drug abuse. We report a rare case of unilateral glenohumoral joint septic arthritis in a 60-year-old male patient (without a prosthetic joint) secondary to a dental procedure. The insidious nature of the presentation is highlighted. Septic arthritis infections, though rare, require a high level of clinical suspicion. Vague symptoms of shoulder pain may mask the initial diagnosis, as was the case in our patient. Incision and drainage via surgical intervention are often required, followed by parenteral antibiotics.
PMID: 24933767
ISSN: 0028-7571
CID: 1036632

Ethical reply to the new I-STOP law

Schloss, Alexander J; Segelnick, Stuart L; Weinberg, Mea A
PMID: 24654363
ISSN: 0028-7571
CID: 863302

Periodontal management of a patient with end-stage liver disease undergoing liver transplantation

Chapter by: Clozza, Emanuele; Weinberg, Mea; Segelnick, Stuart
in: Clinical & Educational Scholarship Showcase by
[New York NY : NYU College of Dentistry. NYU Academy of Distinguished Educators], 2014
pp. 7-8
ISBN: n/a
CID: 959532

Medical and dental standardization for solid organ transplant recipients

Weinberg, Mea A; Segelnick, Stuart L; Kay, Lawrence B; Nair, Vinay
Communication between the organ transplant team and dentist is important in formulating individualized care plans to reduce the incidence of pre- and post-transplant complications. Periodontal diseases and other oral infections may present serious risks that could compromise the success of a solid organ transplant. This article reviews why dentistry is an important component of total transplant care while the patient is on the waiting list for a transplant and after the transplantation. Recommendations regarding the care of the organ transplant patient are given.
PMID: 24600763
ISSN: 0028-7571
CID: 863222

Oral pharmacology for the dental hygienist

Weinberg, Mea A; Theile, Cheryl M. Westphal; Fine, James Burke
Boston : Pearson, c2013
Extent: xvi, 341 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
ISBN: 0132559927
CID: 277242

Management of common oral sores

Weinberg, M A; Segelnick, S L
Oral sores can occur anywhere in the oral cavity and oropharyngeal region. Since not all oral sores are benign, a careful differential diagnosis is important. The two most common types are canker sores (recurrent aphthous stomatitis) and cold sores (herpetic lesions). Early intervention is important with both. The pharmacist will most likely be the primary source for recommending medications (e.g., topical corticosteroids, oral and topical antivirals) for the treatment of these conditions
EMBASE:2013412276
ISSN: 0148-4818
CID: 450622

Bleeding on probing: What does it mean?

Weinberg, Mea A; Hassan, Hana
A major part of the comprehensive periodontal examination involves the assessment and recording of bleeding on probing (BOP). Many factors can influence bleeding, including medications, systemic diseases, and smoking. A review of classic and current literature is presented, discussing the role of BOP as a clinical parameter in periodontics.
PMID: 22782038
ISSN: 0363-6771
CID: 177039

The dentist's drug and prescription guide

Weinberg, Mea A; Froum, Stuart J
[S.l.] : John Wiley, 2012
Extent: xiii, 234 p.
ISBN:
CID: 4957232